...why I don't like these unicode operators: I have no idea how to enter it into my keyboard easily...
FWIW, those characters live in my TouchBar on my MacBook Pro.
...my preferred font in my preferred editor doesn't have a glyph for it...
That's not really a Perl 6 problem. I would say then that your preferred editor will have more and more problems surviving in a more and more unicodey world. Which of course means nothing about how useful it is in its current version for you and the type of work you do with it.
In any case, Perl 6 has ASCII variants for all of its operators, so if you don't want to use them, then that's fine too!
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